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All Countries > United Kingdom > Sherborne > BEST WESTERN The Grange At Oborne

BEST WESTERN The Grange At Oborne
Oborne
Sherborne, DT9 4LA
Nightly Rates (108.38 - 146.04)   3 Star
BEST WESTERN The Grange At Oborne

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Property Description
The BEST WESTERN The Grange at Oborne is a beautiful, 3 Star country house hotel, amongst the rolling hills of West Dorset. Once a manor house, the hotel now offers luxury, family owned and run rural accommodation with 18 bedrooms and a delightful restaurant overlooking floodlit gardens. The calming countryside setting means guests can enjoy peace and quiet day and night! If you want to explore the wider area though, Dorset, Somerset and historic Wessex are full of things to do with Stonehenge, Longleat Estate and Safari Park, Stourhead House and Gardens as well as shopping in Sherborne or Bath, horse riding, shooting and hot air ballooning all worth considering! Enjoy your stay.

BEST WESTERN The Grange At Oborne


Amenities
  • 24-hour front desk

  • AM/FM radio

  • Accessible facilities

  • Alarm clock

  • All public areas non-smoking

  • Baby sitting

  • Business center

  • Cocktail lounge

  • Coffee/Tea maker

  • Complimentary in-room coffee or tea

  • Conference facilities

  • Cribs

  • Elevators

  • Fax service

  • Free parking

  • Front desk

  • High speed internet access

  • High speed internet connection

  • High speed internet connection

  • High speed wireless

  • Interior corridors

  • Late check-out available

  • Meeting rooms

  • Outdoor parking

  • Photocopy center

  • Playground

  • Restaurant

  • Room service

  • Safe

  • Safe deposit box

  • Security

  • Shoe shine stand

  • Wake-up calls

  • Wedding services

  • Wireless internet connection in public areas


  • Room Information
  • 1 DOUBLE BED

  • Double beds, Non-smoking
  • 1 DOUBLE BED

  • Double beds, Non-smoking
  • 1 DOUBLE BED

  • Double beds, Non-smoking

    Miscellaneous Information
  • British Pounds is the native currency. 

  • Check in time is 3:00 PM 

  • Check out time is 11:00 AM 

  • Time Zone is  GMT 

  • Opened in  1750 

  • Renovated in  01/01/2005 

  • 18  rooms. 

  • 0  suites. 

  • 2  floors. 


  • Directions
    From: The north A303. At Wincanton, travel toward Sherborne on the B3145. After several miles, turn left at the toll house. From the east - A30: Through Milborne Port, travel two miles, then turn right onto Oborne. From the west - A30: Through Sherborne, travel a half mile then turn left onto Oborne. Arrive at the BEST WESTERN The Grange at Oborne.

    Restaurant Information
    The Grange Restaurant  The Grange Restaurant, on premises, full service, international, open for: breakfast, lunch, dinner The Rose and Crown  The Rose and Crown, on premises, bar/lounge, international, open for: lunch, dinner

    Meeting Facility
  • Accommodates up to: 100
  •   Accommodates up to: 100


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  • Sherborne,

  • 1.5 mile(s) from Sherborne, a busy business and market center for a wide area. It still retains small and specialist businesses and has a delightful shopping center with a large choice of handcrafted goods, elegant fashions, and an abundance of art and
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  • 45 mile(s) from Bristol, the shopping capital of the west with Cabot Circus, Quakers Friars, The Galleries and Broadmead, which together have over 500 stores. Bristol is a shopping mecca with high end stores such as Selfridges alongside independent
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  • 1.00 mile(s) from Sherborne Boys School, an independent boy's boarding school located in heart of Sherborne. Sherborne Boys School is one of the leading independent schools in the country and has been educating boys for over 460 years. Strong links with
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  • Athelhampton House and Gardens,

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  • Stourhead,

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  • Stonehenge,

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  • Sherborne Castle,

  • 1 mile(s) from Sherborne Castle, built by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1594 home of the Digby family since 1617. Its rooms reflect a variety of decorative styles from the great periods of English history. Across the lake the ruins of old medieval castle
  • Wells Cathedral,

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  • Monkey World,

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